Mersen Announces the Release of EU Product Recognition App

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 December 22, 2020

Following the launch of Mersen Product Recognition App for North America in 2018, Mersen announces the release of the industry’s first EU product recognition app to use a photo to identify and suggest a product cross reference based on the image. 

This industry-first feature gives the user the option to search for a competitive cross reference via direct text input or photo recognition. Simply use a mobile device to scan the fuse into the app for identification. Mersen’s Product Recognition App will do the rest and suggest a match based on the photo. 

Mersen’s new EU Product Recognition app covers European and North American Standard fuses and fuse holders and lets users:

  • To search for a product via photo or text input
  • To identify Mersen and competitive products
  • To obtain Mersen product data sheets
  • To reach out to a Mersen product expert via online messaging

Mersen’s application experts developed this app in response to challenges faced by customers and electrical professionals who wanted a quicker way to identify and select our products.

“More and more electrical professionals use their smartphone or tablet devices in their day-to-day work activities. It just made sense to harness the latest in digital technology and develop a tool like this for them,” says Kent Walker, Mersen’s VP Solutions Engineering & Technical Services, USA/Canada. 

Mersen EU app is available in three languages of English, French and German and selectable directly on the app itself. 

Mersen’s Product Recognition App is available for download from the App Store or Google Play.

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